Jackson Cosko, the man accused of doxxing three Republican senators during the Kavanaugh hearings is apparently a grad student at George Washington University. Perhaps not for much longer.

The College Fix reports:

Grad student may face expulsion after allegedly doxxing Republican senators

George Washington University is refusing to discuss its student code of conduct after one of its graduate students was arrested for allegedly publicizing Republicans’ personal information online. That code holds that students “may be accountable both to civil authorities and to the University for acts that constitute violations of law.” The code states that criminal activity may result in dismissal from the university.

According to the school’s newspaper The GW Hatchet, earlier this month Jackson Cosko, a graduate student in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, was arrested by Capitol Police for allegedly “publishing personal information about at least three Republican senators online.” Cosko allegedly posted the personal information of Republican Senators Lindsey Graham, Mike Lee, and Orrin Hatch during Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Cosko was charged with “making personal information public, witness tampering, threatening interstate communications, unauthorized access of a government computer, identity theft, second-degree burglary and unlawful entry,” The Hatchet reported. Cosko worked in the office of Democratic Representative Sheila Jackson Lee.

According to the university’s Code of Student Conduct, students who perform criminal activity outside of university grounds may be subject to disciplinary measures. The school states that some of these students may face expulsion.

“The university reserves the right to take necessary and appropriate action to protect the safety and well-being of the campus community. Such action may include taking student conduct action against those students whose behavior off university premises constitutes a violation of this Code,” the Code of Student Conduct reads.

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